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BCCI Reveals Salary Details Of Indian Cricket Team Along With Coach Ravi Shastri

September 11, 2018
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The performance of the Indian team in England was extremely poor. Before this tour, speculation was being made that the Indian players will have a great advantage against England. England defeated India in first ODI and then Test series The Indian team may have lost but the BCCI has given the retainer fee of the central contract to the team player and coach. BCCI has also made an advance payment to the team coach, some players and support staff.

Ravi Shastri has been given Rs 2.5 crore in Advance for coaching with the team from 18 July to 17 October 2018 and coaching to the players. Shastri’s contract with the Indian team is to England’s 2019 World Cup. He takes Rs 8 crore for coaching the Indian team. Shastri is the world’s most expensive coach.

Apart from the coach, the players have also paid the BCCI. Team Captain Virat Kohli got a total of Rs 1.25 crore in South Africa, including one-day, Test series and ICC prize money. Have met. Vice Captain Rohit Sharma got Rs 56,96,808 for the Test series, Rs 30,70,455 for the ODI series and Rs 25,13,442 for the Diwali Trophy on South Africa tour.

Dinesh Karthik – 53,42,662 fees from January 2018 to March 2018 (90 percent tax-free), 60,75,000 rupees fees from October 2017 to December 2017 (90 percent tax-free)

Shikhar Dhawan – Rs.1,12,23,493 Retainership fees from January 2018 to March 2018 (90% tax-free), match fee of Rs. 27,00,000 India tour, Rs. 1,41,75,000 fees from October 2017 to December 2017 ( 90 percent tax-free)
Ishant Sharma – 55,42,397 fees from January 2018 to March 2018 (90 percent tax-free), 29,27,700 prize money – taxed ICC Test Ranking Prize Money (by ICC), Indian team’s Test tour of South Africa Match fees 48,44,644

Cheteshwar Pujara – 29,27,700 prize money – taxed ICC Test ranking prize money (by ICC), match fee of 60,80,725 rupees – For the Test series on the Indian team’s tour of South Africa, 92,37,329 fees for October 2017 to December 2017 Up to (90 percent tax free), Rs 1,01,25,000 fee from January 2018 to March 2018 (90 percent tax free)
Hardik Pandya – Rs 50,59,726 Retainership fees from January 2018 to March 2018 (90 percent tax-free), 60,75,000 fees from October 2017 to December 2017 (90 percent tax-free)

Ravichandran Ashwin – Match fee of Rs 52,70,725 for Test series on the tour of India on the South African tour, 92,37,329 retainership fees from January 2018 to March 2018 (90 per cent tax free), 1,01,25,700 rupees in retirement fees October 2017 From December 2017 (90 percent tax free), 29,27,700 prize money – Taxed ICC Test Ranking Prize Money (by ICC)

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